Common Reasons Tenancy Ends

by Remy Lacanaria


Posted on 2019-08-16 20:17:01


 

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It's hard to think, but sometimes landlords and property managers came to a point that they need to end the tenancy of their tenants. There were times that they need to tell their tenants that they need to move-out, either they were evicted, or their tenancy wasn't renewed. Today we are going to tackle reasons why do tenancy end.

 

Tenancy ends mostly and primarily is because tenant/tenants can no longer pay for the rent. Other times the resident shows no care for the rented unit, or the landlord needs to renovate the unit and let it rent for a higher rental price. There are also tenants making too many complains about the property making it the reason why they ended the tenancy. Smart Housing has resident and landlord portal, in this feature landlords and property managers can notify their residents/tenants for whatever issues they need to tell their tenants, as well as with the tenants to their landlords or property managers.

 

But should the landlord need to end the tenancy just to increase the rental price? No. They can change the rental price without prior notice, just given that it is being stated on the agreement or lease that they gave to their tenants before they move into your place. With Smart Housing Smart Lease, landlords and property managers need not worry if they need to change or add some rules and regulations in the rented unit, specifically if they want to let their residents know that they will have an increase to the rental price. Smart Lease takes care of everything for you.

 

 


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